Recovering the Fundamental Convictions of Cultural Engagement

In 1947, Carl F. H. Henry published The Uneasy Conscience of Modern Fundamentalism. In it, Henry calls evangelicals to a faith that engages the broader culture, one that proclaims and exemplifies the implications of the gospel for the day's pressing issues. The book arose as a result of Henry's concern over a growing trend for professing … Continue reading Recovering the Fundamental Convictions of Cultural Engagement